- Molniya will track notifications that would have been sent while you were away or offline, and summarize them for you when you come back.
- When you ask Molniya to re-check a service with
@3 check, it will issue a check command to Nagios, then poll until the newly checked service status is available. Once it sees that, it will report it to you.
- Problem hosts are included in status reporting.
There are also a variety of internal improvements to the code: command handling is modularized, and a lot of the Nagios data representations are cleaned up.
It's been downloaded a whopping three times so far; two for 0.1 and one for 0.2. Running it out of Subversion should be a pretty reasonable choice as well; whatever is in Subversion is running on my own network, so it can't be too broken.
Next up: downtime scheduling, custom notifications, listing services and things, and possibly broadcast messages.
Suggestions and patches are welcomed; use Google Code's issue reporting.